05-05-13

Some international news: Syria

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Iran, Lebanon, Sudan and Algeria Condemn Israel's New Assault on Jamraya Center

May 5, 2013

Speaker of Iran's Shura Council, Ali Larijani, stressed that Israel's new aggression on the scientific research center of Jamraya in Damascus Countryside consolidates Iran's stance on the events in the region which affirms that the main goal behind creating the crisis in Syria is to undermine the axis of resistance.

Addressing the Council on Sunday, Larijani said the recent events in the region have showed clearly that the aim behind "the adventure in Syria" led by the US, the Zionist entity and the Arab reactionary sides is to take the Zionist entity out of its isolation in the region through a fake plot.

He added that the media hype stirred by the US and the West on accusing Syria of using chemical weapons aims mainly to cover the fact that they are actually floundering on the ground, with their tools of terrorists being in difficult situation in the various Syrian areas.

Iran's Defense Minister: Israel's Assault Was Given Green Light by US

For his part, Iranian Defense Minister, Maj. Gen. Ahmad Wahidi, said the aggression carried out by the usurper entity on Jamraya scientific research center jeopardizes the entire region and it is at the same time a proof of this entity's weakness and confusion due to the latest regional developments.

Speaking in a statement on Sunday, Maj. Gen. Wahidi stressed that the Israeli assault was carried out with "a green light" from America and it again exposes the connection between the armed terrorist groups in Syria and their backers with the Zionist occupation.

Iran's Foreign Ministry: Israel's Assault Would Lead to Destabilizing the Region

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the Israeli aggression on the scientific research center in Jamraya, stressing that this aggression would lead to destabilizing the region.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Ramin Mehmanparast, denounced  in a statement on Sunday this aggression, noting that the Israeli entity persists on destabilizing the region.

Israel launched a flagrant rocket attack on the Scientific Research Center in Jamraya in Damascus Countryside earlier on Sunday in a clear attempt to succor the armed terrorist groups  after the painful blows the Syrian Army inflicted on them, and after the Armed Forces made major advancements to restore security and stability to Syria.

Salehi: Israeli Aggression Shows Link between Israel and Terrorist Groups in Syria

In an interview with Al-Manar TV, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi denounced the Israeli aggression on sites in Syria, stressing that it shows the organic link between Israel and the terrorists and mercenaries fighting the Syrian people.

He asserted that this aggression is a response to the achievements of the Syrian Army on the ground and that it was greenlit by the US and western countries, affirming that the Israeli aggression contradicts all international resolutions and agreements and noting that if the opposite happened, the whole world would have made risen in uproar.

Salehi called on all sides in the region and the world to band together and help find a peaceful solution for the crisis in Syria.

Algeria Denounces the Israeli Attack

Algeria on Sunday expressed strong condemnation of the Israeli aggression on Syrian sites, stressing that the attack is a flagrant violation of the international law and the sovereignty of an Arab state.

Speaker for the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ammar Balani, said that Algeria calls upon the UN Security Council to shoulder its responsibilities as to put an end to the outrageous violations that could escalate the regional situation.

Lebanese Foreign Minister: Israel's Assault Aims to Blow up the Region

In the same context, Lebanese Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs, Adnan Mansour, condemned the Zionist aggression on the scientific research center in Jamraya in Damascus Countryside, describing it as "a dangerous act that aims to blow up the region."

"Once again the Israeli entity of terrorism carries out a new aggression on Syria using false pretexts to justify this barbarous aggression," said Mansour.

He added that Israel wants through this assault "to pave the way for a large-scale aggression to blow up the region and push it into a destructive confrontation, showing no concern about the disastrous outcomes that could result from this."

The Lebanese Foreign Minister expressed denunciation of the international community's silence towards the aggressive acts of Israel.

In an interview with al-Mayadin TV, Mansour said called for making brave decisions and standing against Syria instead of making do with statements and condemnations, since the Israeli aggression targets all Arabs.

He stressed that Syria must not be left alone, asserting that the Arab nation has considerable resources and asking if this is not the time to use them against the Israeli aggression, then when will it be used?

Lebanese President Denounces Israeli Aggression, Calls for Firm International Response

In a statement issued by his press office, Lebanese President Michel Sleiman denounced the Israeli attacks on sites in Syria, saying that such behavior isn't unusual for an enemy whose policy is based on aggression and who exploited the current circumstances in Syria to carry out its attacks, just like it did in Lebanon in its times of difficulty.

Sleiman called on the international community and the Security Council in particular to take stringent measures against Israel to dissuade it from its policy of aggression and violating other countries' sovereignty, calling for forcing Israel to comply with international resolutions and become involved in the just and comprehensive peace process.

Sudanese Information Minister: Israeli Aggression on Syria is an Aggression against Arab Nation

The Sudanese government's spokesman, Minister of Culture and Media Information Ahmad Bilal Othman, affirmed that the Israeli aggression on sites in Syria constitutes an aggression against the entire Arab nation.

Othman told al-Mayadin TV that for Israel to attack Syrian sites while Arabs don't step in is a shameful thing for the Arab nation, calling on Arabs to reconsider the steps they took against Syria and acknowledge that major mistakes were made in this regard.

F.Allafi/H. Said / H. Sabbagh

http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/05/05/480644.htm

03-05-13

Saint-Gilles: La place Morichar

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Saint-Gilles a joué le rôle de réservoir d'eau de Bruxelles depuis le Moyen-Age.

La rue de la Source épouse l'ancien tracé du chemin de l'Arbre Beni qui reliait la porte de Hal à Ixelles ainsi que le cours du ruisseau de l'Elsebeek. Il prenait sa source près de l'actuelle place Loix et coulait en direction de la porte de Hal. Il existait un puits et des machines hydrauliques à l'emplacement de la place avant l' urbanisation de Saint-Gilles.

Le traitement de l'espace public actuel date de 1958. A l'origine, la place était aménagée en pente continue avec des arbres plantés en périphérie du terre-plein central. L'espace était utilisé entre autres pour la manœuvre de la garde civique. Le square central est aménagé en 3 plateaux horizontaux reliés par des escaliers qui épousent la forte déclivité du terrain.

Source: http://lecodes.skyrock.com/667281779-Une-courte-histoire-...

Saint-Gilles ville de la canne

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La population de Saint-Gilles est tellement 'folle' qu'elle est obsédée par des cannes...

 

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20-12-12

Le Parvis de Saint Gilles

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http://sofei-vandenaemet.skynetblogs.be/tag/parvis+de+saint+gilles

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http://www.bruxnbrol.com/arts/beaux-mots/parvis-de-saint-gilles.html

18-12-12

Saint-Gilles: Atelier du Web

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Atelier du Web

Rue du Fort 37
Tél/Fax: 02/537.02.68
E-mail: vguisen@stgilles.irisnet.be
Site Internet: www.atelierduweb.be
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Véronique GUISEN
 
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Groupes, associations et clubs saint-gillois:

40 EUR/groupe et par salle pour 3 heures d’utilisation

Groupes, associations et clubs non saint-gillois:

60 EUR/groupe et par salle pour une demi-journée d’utilisation

Conditions d'accès:

Inscription avec carte d'identité obligatoire et respect de la charte d'utilisation.

17-12-12

Saint-Gilles - Sint-Gillis - map

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